Liu Kuo-Sung

Kathmandu Triennale 2077

Kathmandu Triennale 2077

Curators: Sheelasha Rajbhandari, Hit Man Gurung and Cosmin Costinas

Venue: Bahadur Shah Baithak, Patan, Nepal

Exhibition Period: 11 February – 31 March 2022


Galerie du Monde is pleased to share that Liu Kuo-Sung’s iconic work The Ring B is featured in the “Kathmandu Triennale 2077” in Nepal. The exhibition explores diverse expressions of cartography (map art) ranges from the cosmic to the subconscious, literary to abstract, and ties together the themes of roots, kinship, freedom and exploration.


Featured artwork:

Liu Kuo-Sung

The Ring B (1973)

Ink, Acrylic and Collage on Paper


In 1972, the crew of Apollo 17 took the famous Blue Marble image of the Earth, which inspired Liu to create The Ring B a year later. This painting juxtaposes the earth shaped by the millennia of human imagination with a photograph taken from 29,000km away in space. Human traditions, myths and history approach the actual image for a cosmic rendezvous.


About Kathmandu Triennale:

"Kathmandu Triennale" takes places in Nepal, which focus on broadening to elevate the work of trans-Asian artists and the Nepali contemporary art scene.


The 2022 edition is curated by Nepalese artists and cultural organizers Hit Man Gurung and Sheelasha Rajbhandari, working with director Sharareh Bajracharya and artistic director Cosmin Costinas. The exhibition runs for a month and includes work by more than one hundred artists representing about forty countries.


The event will take place across five different venues in the 2022 edition. These are the Patan Museum (occupying a former royal residence dating to the fourteenth century and now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site), Bahadur Shah Baithak (used centuries ago to house war elephants), the Nepal Art Council (one of the country’s largest arts venues), the Taragaon Museum (home to cultural objects and contemporary art), and the Siddhartha Art Gallery (featuring Nepali and international art).


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March 15, 2022
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